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The Basic Kafka Chapter Summary & Analysis - Reflections on Pain, Sin, Hope and the True Way, The Wish to be a Red Indian, The Truth about Sancho Panza, and The News of the Building of the Wall Summary

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Reflections on Pain, Sin, Hope and the True Way, The Wish to be a Red Indian, The Truth about Sancho Panza, and The News of the Building of the Wall Summary

Kafka writes several aphorisms, which are original thoughts or observations. For example, he says that the two cardinal sins are laziness and impatience, for which humanity was driven out of Paradise. Impatience is probably a bigger sin, since impatience got humanity kicked out and prevents it from going back. In another, he says that true knowledge comes to those who desire death and are ready to move on to the next life. Others are more inscrutable, such as one that says a cage went in search of a bird...

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